More action. The result was:
I assume this is a return of some number of microseconds and SHOULD convert into a Hrs:Mins:Secs format through the script. And if so, why is it returning the 00:00:00? I'm completely new to XYS scripting, although I program in Pascal and have SOME experience with AHK, so I'm not oblivious to the general practices of programming. I know spaces/tabs are important to XYS scripting. I copied and pasted and did as little futzing as I could with the original code you posted. I did notice the original path was not drive specific, but I assume my including the whole path was not an issue. That said, I didn't truly examine the 'replace the path' concept for the variable. I assumed there were internal replacement vars within the alphanumeric string. I only replace the end part with my exact path. It LOOKS wrong to me, but I've read enough to know you trust a Highend script. Period. So, no fussing. I did make the change Jupe suggested. Before the change in K-Lite to the older 32-bit version.
And another admission... XYplorer is my tertiary file manager and has been neglected. I'm an old Xplorer2 guy and have Q-Dir available when I want LOTS of file management windows open. I'm looking at the looming Window10 invasion of the house and I know the Xplorer2 version I have a license for won't make that journey well. So, I'm looking at XYplorer with a little more interest of late. I'm impressed with the ability to squash scripts into minimal number of lines, but the notation is enough different that I'm having trouble following some of the stuff. Just an old man struggling with new things.
At any rate, thanks again for getting BACK involved. This looks like a good community. GM
Last NOTE: (Honest [G]) Is there ANY way to change the default hotkey assignments in XYplorer?? I'd use it more if the hotkeys within it didn't do such DIFFERENT things as in Xplorer2. Dangerously different things. And the middle click of a file needs to be a select toggle when in the file pane for me to EVER be happy switching over. Might not live lone enough to actually get accustomed to the differences if FORCED to learn them.